The rock band from Bordeaux Eiffel are back with their tenacious rock on Stupor Machine. Flash.
In the family of French rock bands that we hadn’t heard from in a long time, I ask for the monument (ahah). Eiffel is back after seven years of absence and makes sure we’re aware with sharp riffs and finely embroidered lyrics with pop, political and poetic references from all horizons. There is everything in this album but mostly energy. It is vivid and we can imagine it electrified, stuck in its cage until the first notes resonate. Even on the quietest titles, it jumps as soon as the opportunity arises. We let go in an explosive mixture of English and French, tenderness and rage, reasonable and unreasonable. Special mention for the excellent Oui with its revolutionary breath.
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